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aviator

Old-fashioned the pilot of an aeroplane or airship; flyer

aviator

One whose profession is that of flying heavier-than-air aircraft; a pilot of such an aircraft.
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Specific to Colorado, airline pilot salaries average $180,000 per year.
As the leading training organization in the world, we are very proud to introduce our first-ever CAE Airline Pilot Demand Outlook to the market, which will provide airlines with a view on the upcoming needs and development opportunities for professional pilots," said Marc Parent, CAE's President and Chief Executive Officer.
Hosted by Kura, the aviation industry's only community interest company, the free event is open to anyone who is considering a career as a commercial airline pilot or has already embarked on training.
You see, I always wanted to be an airline pilot but my initial timing was horrible so I chose a different path that led to that office.
The FAA doesn't even have a list of banned drugs to hand out to its own medical examiners, let alone to the airline pilots who show enough initiative to check which drugs are safe and which are not.
APC delivers up-to-date information on over 100 North American airlines, along with career preparation assistance, downloads, cutting edge pay comparison charts, and the most active US airline pilot forum with over 44,500 registered users.
Summary: A transatlantic airline pilot has failed a breathalyser test at Heathrow airport.
LeVier recalled walking into the family kitchen and telling his mother, ``I'm going to become an airline pilot.
Buck, a former airline pilot, is the author of "North Star Over My Shoulder: A Flying Life.
Airline pilot group gives government low marks for security efforts.
PHOTO (1) Rescuers scan the wreckage of airline pilot Da niel Gray's experimental Berkut aircraft.
It was the investments made in years past that helped attract the Captain Sullenbergers to the airline pilot profession," said Cleary.

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